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pm ?m Lookityourtonguel If It'scoated, vour stomach i» bad, your liver out of order. Ayer'* PIU» will clean your toneue, cure your dyspepsia, make « lour liver right. Ea*V to take, easy to operate. -'Sc. All drugi-ist». . j ; ! - I __ V.TTTou» 1 .. <u.u* 2 * ^sfTVWuufui BUCKINGHAM'S OYEter. Stw (Uuli.g Car Jtif* 1*1. t « ItiolSraiitJe Weal ^ rail*a. ta^an op*mlii»|r lia hear tilu rvvrfitg all •'*•!* ouall lu Ihrotifb Ils« arraugorDtfnl iucludfet No. 2 MD» wus lest eg Ogdet, .17*. tn sud Sait I «kr City at » W> »- 0 No « irsungOg t' ..t«:*l* m knd Fail I aka ( tty at The «Mt bouud tbruu ;h Ira ni, f m blharralttit *i>4 night, will » vj . arrjr Tb« O ...la* 1 » aapnrfi.t a* >1 is unpieis as the , 4 it-r* p .».* « ! » U. *4« U ic (bi! jrvu >ad har« your "ixiflfM ind m • f^r br«»» 4 fx»t or ytj . ruu tulrvl fnijc b* Ulfi c* XAI4« l uf L Uh ■ t»i* «Upply Turkic a. • In «a rut 0*1 Mull Î on V e Overland UftlUJ *! • i ni a IVUc bcc* t*e *•( uclo Kaiu*' IL»*. iLo ' old Ueiubla" five» lU* 8 fl.dk») tbft quicb C*^ l .a»« Tlckftl uCLoft, Old h* w car: tv « » t»i urn y tins tl. IhS wcl b.sti." hl Ut e itrwk II.« Mm **f It e. i * - f- <* »it dm of ip. Little you 1 . U«:» l.ti p y wereu't. because Little Jamie "Ye l'.h the Juniper b»vs it not to, and ao she -set where ab« J a half of rmUlns hid >c> Sews B ' V' • told n me l> tn m •Mki ft. C V/~ - , I A r / r-r Acts gently on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels r lf AN5tS THE 5YSTEM n ,, Pt lS EFFECTUALLY w C 0 L ^<f^?r OVERCOMES . - : 0 s 1 ~ r - ^nNSTlPATION ITUAL GO" PERMANENTIY "'"»thciae * 05 fi 'f t*4g f,f M'.'iSf » M AN 'f 0 ©y Quui.'nu pc Cyrvp(s «F- 1 !' 1 * ^ f Ci »â.l «V AenvA* ;•> #« A »*> r»A «k'nu Pain Vanquished y/4 . v ■■ • * C W . tera.-.l', « neerth a in reef •!*>•: s «h $*•*■ » • whole, U lot «I Vain i* the cot idtmL qv, i*«t of (he til'll i»t, I*>f lh»« !•••» b«« *ith t do *» untphanllr n»«ny yeat* by '• J. H. MCLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL LINIMENT Th:. • ! ut r«lv wrherrvei Irritation rilttt iderfwl •ny, , , ontl.r \ knD.I, iflli it h ut U* tiaed f-r man I t»erfr» I healr It haft I a«at|tiick Biot the«, t'k i TffMthle, Mir. Lhllbiftlr lot Lit tnt* *»f Ihr joint ii« < 1 a> «* » t.i. * f HWl* i» : mittg rvt •I the lik f •>'-» ii KI < III heal th ^ inr It w«!l Ihr h Of Ihia 1.1 • !L ■ and li.oo a |*«*ttfc. Mi *-«. u ft W Try fi *>0\v Eß-c, POMMEL ^ SLICKER ?*• r' boll» rldarand m»UI# iwr* ? C **T dry In ttw» b*tjc*i »ioripft. Vibfttltui** wiiidlMpnolnt Aftk for JR«t 1-laH Rr«nd Pommel Slk k*r-! •* I* cnllrftlv new If mit for tab In y»»t ,r town, writ» for r^talogu* to k I T()W| K I'. ,,„n Si.,„ i I B * BE M I'w __In Uni yrnp, Tft«tr« n.M'd, U«a EEEcaaui" aa __ y< n. u., ft*lt Lake.-No. 41, 180 » I « DOCTORS ARE PREFERRED. Lltanarjr u In i l»).!- i r tal It hu« often been remarked that lit i f °°.l e: ury women munir, t m i ? . hum for do, tors a« husbaôds It any ! rate, there i ouje Hr** a* Tlielr II u»bumU. t< tibules M,t * a Ki< at many of them . and Uo not have tu send s servant t,*ur- and mg down it,* street for a physician ' 'vry time they huve a spell of nerv ousne»« They have simply to call in the service* of "hubby 1 and all la well. Sunn one ha* compiled a list It is j imrtial, however of tin my ; y yes I Five ouly j authoresses who have chosen their life partners from the • leal profession. ; Mathers, the clever authoress of "Com ! Ing through the Bye," married Dr. H. I - I A. Ileeus, a well-kno 1 : Helen ■ » surgeon, in When (he fame of lui firam < -•&* ! Al tliti »line age St Mis. Frame« Hodgson Burnett mar ried Dr. Burnett of Washington. She had begun to write six years before , her marriage, when she was a girl ot 16, but it waa not until she bad been married for four years that fame came ,u on iln* wlogh of "Thai 1-a*« 2 * o Tie a, Kura!» Oian« Irish girl. published in 1S77. Mine. wsa but a "wild young impatient of home control sud alicady Bred by high utnbitious, wben »he married at 16 a young army doctor called Mr F'all. who died a year I g u is She traveled with lier husband for some years In the e.ut, and it was only wheu her restless »pirn had tired of new scenes and new faces that ahe , .etiled dowu happily with her pen snd began to write 'Ideala MUs Annie 8 . Swan, who began to write children'* «lurl*.*a in (he pftlcmul fanti houtp- In ** uilaud, ulao n*«*i uud uiarrlini a do» - tor, Dr Kurnnt S.ulUi Auni« 4*rvant more (huu ihirty year* afo an«l •pvnt h* t Mrs. Flora married a Bengal civil iiisrii.-.l life lu India until wlieu she found fame awaiting ltMil l<,r Ift until she Kr|tla * ld Y . Winter thug two ) "tioatle John Oliver Hobhee was 30 («-fore she mar 'algle "John Strange waa 2» when she married Ar Stannard, a civil «ngtneer, and later her charming book, Itaby. ' with its wundert ui knowletlgc of Infant and military life, made her famoua Mias Ullve Schreiner loi.g before ahe was content to i«»rl »uh her freedom to Mr. I'ron wrtght. a south African gentleman ' walte and like hetec-lf, '"a child ot Kits armei be veil Providence at the Ing W cis twice tempted altar, her second Deamoud Hum a gentleman of County Cork gifted daughter, the an sny delightful nove n to her friends us Kt fehle. bftud ' rbsekera hor of s Id Hu «Mr ROMANCE OF WEALTH. A , :. i (.,<*« D« ui » fit lip •lorv<)ii «ho for fhri past frw ye«ra Ima 1»* <«ii ' " lK in • Ui ' Uml â< ' 11 ( ' * u ^ ■ml.» > I» U.,« ii« i •• (ul « few TlMtlng old fn« i .F aud while Li re re I.I »■,.!> „1 g U ..M <« i until «bo r* , , »idea near h * < 1* ru t or year«, and who Mil . .. i ill ly »In-It ri-.v.l* like « lu man l b* ulil man's name » ,.* WII ... th.-ri- «* l'rlh- • lllMiian I When qulti young ho wa* deprtv*il of hi* fortune In III* native land by an unjust law. and. being deeply murtined at having bait hi* fortune and also caate With bl* former frleml* and a--oclalea, be a< nine deti-rmlni-'Llo ■ "me to America, make a fortune, and then return to hi* native land and lord it over those who Iwrp «*f nrtsiigr snd #.l < 0.0 Iff Hl» II Uro« ,„i him mm i ini i> v.-.i highly connected Hsfure be lust tits fortune he highly educated anti but rather |hhu lady He thniight, of eoitise. «fter she left •he would cliangc. her old ai and ao broke t i«? nt*w ixdntc* her of Ills tie ti ciernmny. Bui she Just gfter tei initialluu to Ionv refused lu iimBpsaj him. ni riving in New Turk he joined a parly Of p m*p«-etuis iHMIlul hill* Th arriving In the hill* he t claim* and wa* fortunate In disposing ftoon alter this lor the Ithuk at ly in (he '70s. L'pon VM e several if them at a big stmt girt, the dnttghtcr lie married a Hernia uf a well-to-do rant liman. They worked frugal. He kept Ills rreted somewhere In the \i $*•*■ «I hard and wert* II • M) m rinlty of litR houMp. Uut evpii hl« wifo ditl not know tin* Win n he idtmL b«« . . Z woak vrngpanop on nd hin uHsnclatrs ho h tom ko th about n*ntly t< hiH childhood Di hin former wife Kiidth nl) died, without leaving a will. From that day until short tun«' ago a h rondurted for his rch mu étant mono aurce hoUKt rilttt PY. but until a few day» ago un laim eloae to the KMfully. In a vcrod. It man a» di a hui * 411 cAve \y;»h explored, and In thla cave HUmun k kept hurylng hl« money for •arcfully cov poor a> «* ii In the Koltd Ht»>nr*. years •red by « *l«i> of ISOO.OOO wuH tskni out uf the •f Bismarck p«l<t the who uiii'iiitI iimI the money, hu lil sh«, will Boon leave for pxtont. of her ( her hiiKband'a Mr. Morton th K.iya that rock party well anil II I« Dei-many and, The widow hi (he carry o »hlllty. uy l' wlfehe». , H til MO Hold. Old It 1 v Cantu, in Tim rutiiH of »'hppsu Kuglumt. In whlrh Hrnr.v i of CharlB* r.. ward of twrnty ys«rs Hfii'i arc tu be sold at puli *x tensive Marten, one roll waft (If the Jtldgea Ant'd for up • hp rent oration. They rover an otith of the Wye. and i Ur auction. , , near the m n ; olio sitlr un* nearly per -Kb the ellir. Which over I'he i astir ilse'.f I* f William i the wall» MR I pendleular that river i Vrtûl^to date from the time I "eCom,or. «nd K Mood two sieges B ' Hnrina II:.' revol Ht Ion. It has hern * d ,« Ivrlv in the hernia of the FiU the Blgods. the act a. and H I» r | ( oi by order of •tier Ofiborne*. th Clare« and the Some, Herbert now placed on the nin r Beaufort the new I'llhe __ I » In addition to 4,000 frclfbt car* the Baltimore and Ohio South WeiU allroad ha« purchased two new pos tal cars, 60 feet in length, four 66 °°.l ba ** a ' !e car "' flve too t corabl ? atlon ba * BaB * and coaches, three GO ' ClaB8 WUh W ' de dining i n ves tibules and modern in every respect, and two combination parlor, and observation cars each 67 feet in length. Mr». Winn ''Wouldn't you like to my new hat. John."' Mr. W.— "Um why y yes " Mis. W. Five h-'. "So w'ould I, dear. Juki $14 aud I'll show you ono." E VERY woman suffering from an* female treub'e can bo helped by Mrs. Pinlthara. This statement is based on sound reasoning and an unrivalled record. Multitudes of America's women to-day bless Mrs, Rinkhain for competent and common-sense advice. Write to her if you are ill. Her address is I.vnn, Mass. Absolutely no charge is made for advice. " I suffered seven years and would surely have died but for your help," writes Mrs. Gf,o. Bainbkidce, Morea, I'a., to Mrs. Pinkhatn. It is with pleasure I now write to inform you that I am now a healthy woman, thanks to your kind advice and wonderful medi cine. I can never praise it enough. I was a constant sufferer from womb trouble, and leucorrhuL-a, had a continual pain in abdomen. Sometimes I could not walk across the floor for three or four weeks at a time. Since using your medicine, I now have no more bear ing-down pains, or tired feelings, and am well and , hearty. I sliall recommend Lydia E. Pinkhatn 's Vege table Compound to alt my suffering friends as the greatest remedy for all female weakness." Mrs. Susik. J. Weaver, 1821 Callow hill St., Phila delphia, Pa., writes: •'Dear Mrs. Pinkhah—I had inflammation of the womb and painful men struation. and by your advice I began taking Lydia E. Pinkhatn's Vege table Compound. Have taken four bottles and used one package of Sanative Wash and feel like a new SAFE COUNSEL FOR SICK WOMEN ! ; T ,-v ®E n k , 'Ts Va ■ * $ rc KyJ ■ tn » ... 1 \i m I thank you so woman. much for what your medi- s cine has done for me." Mrs. M. Baumann. 771 W. rist St., Chicago. III., writes: "After two months' trial of Lydia E. Pmkham's Vegetable Compound I can not say enough in praise for it. I was a very sick woman with womb trouble when 1 be m ils use, but now 1 am welL" 230. SAMPLE BOTTLE lOo. POP* HEXT 30 DAYS. HOWLONG HAVE o l u H RHEUMATISM? How [ont tüve You Rud About "5 Drops" Without Tikia( Them? Do \ *u not t..ink yon have wa^tel previous time and sulle:®d enoupiiî If ao, then try the *\ r > Drops" aud l»e promptly and pe* tjiauetilly cured of your aillSotioni*. "5 Drop-*' is a sj>eedy aud i 9Æ tv» æ npi Kurr Cun* lor Rheaniailsm, Wurilfl«, Sciatica, Lumba*«, »ifin.^WL. Kidney Asihi.i», Hay-Fever, Dybl^p #,ta, ('atarrh of all kiud«. Ilroncliitia, Fa (àrippe, Hendac-he, N.*r »na or Neuralgic. Heart Wcaknowi, Dropsy F.ira< h«\ KimiAOUMli«* an i Catarrhal Croup, Toothache, Nervousness, (trade maux] s!e«*pl**»»»nr«», (Yeeping Numbncwi, Malaria, and kindred diteasev Ä Drops" bascurrd mors people durjug the pa-t four years, of the al>ove named diw?« rn.lhHn a l other reinedi«*«( known, and in m*« of Rheumatism is curing more then all the dortors. patent madioinen. elet'tric IHts and Latte* Ds combined, for th.f c«motcur*pron»c kl .um.ti*m Th^îfw^nKn '* •Tl'SoÄ InlVt^ mooev louver, hut t it * & Drop* end l e promptly t I HKD. •» Drop* is not only the beat Medicine, but it i* the cheapest, lor a II 00 bottle contains 3(0 dose*. Pric-e per buttl* *l <u. prrp»<l by msilor exjir***, or # bottle* for *."> 01. For the noxt 30 day* wa wltt wmd •?*«-. .nmnl. KIIKK fa» W one MWlln* 10c*nt* to pny for thn mnilln*. A cnU wanted, rite to-day* SWANSON RHEUMATIC CURE CO., 160-164 E. Lake 8 treot, CHICACO. *"»"»»" " "'7 -!- — ■ ... - • DROPS SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. UTAH IMPLEMENT CO. Dear M adam: Your bread needn't smell of soda or alum or lime. Schilling's liest baking rder has no lime or alum of soda. SALT LAHM «ITT. and Spring Wagon». Ruahford Farm Wagons. •y Hugglww and i arrkagn«. frown It »»If er Hearing Mowwra, thla amt Mil Koller Hearin Ob borne Roller Br« Mltrhell Fa Colombia A t ol kre g Hinder«, ring Hit Uakr*. Good Enough OIL pow or px. css Par* Manila Twine. Write for Part I--nlarv. OR TEN CENTS ! H FCR CONSTIPATION. FOR TUE FAMILY. M day« at a time of tke "l have go without movement wrtt'ff •* I Infer pirn« »n«l ÜEÂLTH and BEAUTY. .'nfctl.t.tun tor n in this terrible '• î = 1 Y-d whop-r flr.i ctytbintr 1 heard t.ti ntiy i lief until I l « ■ KKTS. 1 now have from on«' to threenHNsagc«adaT.%rni i-m uou j g;w iiJOt*) for Is such rt relief." Aylmer L. Ulst. 1«S9 Run; ell St., I>«iroi4, Mich. . v:i I I ndCABt Alt i ko «n<l tt ,U. it * - PKTEH''* Palm Ur»f» Arc., HcKt vt ,wrt, 1 a. ■ ■ ■ i I certainly tfeer T Y will ir i for cat FOR CHILDREN. 0 M FOR R1U0USNESS. mm o er *»e wlilioat «■*»•'>'« 1 1 ''-' '.''i «cd your T«l««ble Und them per without them. I «osne li in iotisaess fti' l rt-ti. Kcc •• 1 hove « CASl 1KCT8 fc. t. hoi« I ! Ihry «> i ■ • «h« I fh'V 1 AT t: da ■ I ■ ' ml t L apleulY . i; id CANDY CATHARTIC. » tty, lod. C.Y 0 . ^klHr. »family. them in L . A Marx, AU<ai»j,N Y. hi FOR PILES. zhi m WORMS. ••I «nfterrd the fr»r(nrc« of the dan broogbi a which I v r> ling ) a-: ed v B: rtn t'ULfrc« G*rt "A iape C* ' -V : lea s«sâ\\\ y \ 8 CAM V 8 . Tl'u j 1 :uy br.d healthf«»r — - »till t«k c-.titan io ray aukVÎ y < v the t To th. to found Nf day 1 «in (04.1 Ilk* ■in l! ing i f MJr, •n* ÔP worthy I ne* ■*v UftoAV. B city, la. im J« i Ui m DYSPEPSIA. FOR HEADACHE. mi « ! Ihn Ix jrci*r« 1 wa* « vie* Mirutla in it« wo ret form, •tfaiue hut milk t .«»t, ay stcDiBch would Ktst even that. La*'! • i taking CA8CAK£r» 1 hn%e steadily •Fo ur«r»f Ir'lfb Hntti RS: ;v «*! il I I. ntltl I 1 « 10425450e ALL DRUGGISTS. I regulate hnd i fr«»»! rlfft Mai* U 1 be •i Mi : THE . Ï ■ ll y *■ i I un I*' liaMif. • > life." i n: U MrarHT, Newark, Ol v'vy? po«lt I' PltUbuigltHatc FOR LUT Live. Over 3 , 099,000 Boxes of Cascarefs Sold Last Year ! tfh*. Ta been troubled m g re deal wiih a toruid liver, which pro duce* cvtirtipatu n. 1 found CASCA Ri:TS to be all you claim for them, and scoured »uch relief the flr«t trial that 1 pmvbc&cd anot her supply and j'icielv cured. 1 shall < •I M I h: FOR BAD BREATH. VA M A* :l »'ll. ethe Unerring is the judgment of the people, and the people like CascarcK The sale this year Nothing; succeeds like success and Cascarets are successful, T ••1 hr. wr. Sr.h Ycry of ('»«carol d«rfttlly- Th the family. ,, 1181 HtttenhouM« ht., i. I i i will be 5,000,000 boxes, because* i it >d I daught •Ick *t b««l only to 'r«comtnend L'aacarat« th* opportunity^la pra KSKOSusQunliaitna Are., 1'buadtflpUia, Pa. h h be K>:id (» . tl : imp , 12 '." natt, (Thio. ^«Hxl ttuvt they outsell all other laxatives. Their tremendous sale proves their merit, aud their merit explains their tremendous Rule; Second, Cascarets are the pioneer people's price preparation—ten cents a box, aud more health in a ten cent box of Ciisearots than any 2-V bottle of pills in the world. Third, Cascarets bring results -healthy, natural action of liver and bowels—never fail. The * cure or refund purchase money. « First, They are FOR SAD BLOOD* FOR PIMPLES. "CASTABNTB do fell etelM«4 for them «nd »to o truly wonderful medicine. I h*« v often v. i*bed for • uicdu .no i»lc««unt lo take, »nd M iftst hare ('Kind it in CASCARlCTS. Since takln« ihm my blood haa been pu rifled and iny complexion ha« I» t roved oonderruily^and l f**i much *tt«r tn «very way.** Mjul Baujb E. SKIAAfe«. LnMrall, T* "Mr wtohaii iiimpir« gnj5tA"'.M* it*' ** ' K"'!.«'"""'«'' : h«*p < tlisftp ll trtinbbvl v i manufacturera guarantee a Fourth, Casciireta arc successful becauae they deserve it If your druggist don't sell Cascarets, In that ease order direct from us by mail post free. Address Stbrliks Kembdt hot „1 have nUntcnt. Hr taking t h* no iroublo «.»h tli cannot «pc«k too hlgld> ol r*t«" F*Kt> »r'ftx 47440*rm»nu>wn Avo., rhllndclpMfe. Pfe. he's behind the age. tkuirANT, Chicago or New York. When dealers try to substitute, they wantjto make more money ont of you. Don't let them ! This is the tablet, always stamped "CCC Don't take a substitute! Get what you ask for! »» EEC . TH** more Catarrh in this sortlon of the , country than all other dlse&MOH put totfethrr. amt until tho lent few your* wan * Incurable. For a «reut many year nouiuM'd it a local dîneuse, and remedies, und by constant I y with local treatment, pronounced It incurable. Science has proven catarrh tio* «1 di seane, and therefore tutlonal treatment- Hall's Catarrh Cure, ufuctured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on the murket. it la taken internally In doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly upon the blood srnl mucous Hurts«'«, of tbs «ystem. Tb*y offer one huudred dollars for any case it fail* to euro. id to l>e actors pro proscribed local failing to cure be a constitu rrh Cu^rc man bend for circular« and testimonials. Address F. J. (,'HKNKY &. CO., Toledo. Ohio. Bold by Druggists. T.ic Hall h Family 1*111« are the best. None but the brave deserve the fair. Mr. William Foote and Mi proof* of that lino'» superiority Tlckot A office, "Old btand, ' l»dl Main street. Amelia Arm were married at Olathe. Kans., last week, (iuess who w ill l>e the heal of the family. lo d ft y Lmden AM necessarily people of excellent jude IDen l* taste and refinement. In traveling they demand the lx at service obtainable aud the liberality with which they pat ronize the Union Pacific is of the beat Aguinaldo ha« a new son. but the chances are he broke a very common custom in naming babies by not calling it Detroy. J 0 HNMSMYTHC 0 . fnso TO 166 'MAMMOTH'' MAILORDER L-v HOUSE. G m. U , WUT MADISON ST sfo CHICAGO < AUTUMN STYLE TWO-PIECE SUIT, No. 150 . This fashionable Autumn Stylo Ladie=* Two-piece Suit, consisting of jacket on<l §klrt, is made of fine quality plain navy blue or black suiting cloth. The jacket is rnado tight-fitting with velvet coliftr. double-stitched beams, fiy frout. lined with high colored silk serge and fined with black silk serge; the the new uA popular tunic effect, with two rows of mohair braid, which is applied in serpentine effect, as shown in the illustration : lined rcaline and bound fabric is of suffi cient weight to admit being worn all sea sons. and being thoroughly shrunk be fore making. will hang nicely atui fit as smoothly after months of weur as the day purchased. The chain of perfection mining links; from the time the cloth is placed in the hands of the cutter it passes through none but the hands of artisans until completed and ready for wear. If you are not already one of customer:? let this suit be your initial order - there 1 « value in it you'll appre ciate. Sizes, jacket 32 to 42 inches bust; skirt 22 to 39 inches waist; length to 44 inches. Price.. We Measure Val ties by the riffs of highest pos-ible quai: tier for the lowest possible price*. Our good* are fresh, original, solid, sensible and ser viceable styles; qualities in every instance depend able and values > unquestionably ) right. ekirt is made i with fine quality pe with velveteen. The h • : $ 5.90 listed at lowest wholesale prices to eat wear and use,is furnish eipt of only 10? to partly .pay % postage or exprès sage and as evidence 111^ ^?iof dood faith the I0Ç is allowed on first L*J «»fty -'purchase a mounting to >1?? or above. / DC OUR MOtlTlllY 6 SQCeRY PBICt UST mtt-lfl , r J?n which is Ij everything ed on rec e -SIfJu I r â' SALT LAKE BUSINESS COLLEGE. >. seCOKO SOUTH STREET. SALT LAKE CITY UTAH. 79 Tili Eesi Business Trainina Stlmi In me Wesi. .. Fa'l Terra Bpenefl Srptfiter WRITE TODAY FOR INFORMATION. STUDENTS MAY ENTER ANY TIME. W. L. DOUGLAS *3 A 33.50 SHOES »"'SF sample'OFFERS $3-98 Worth $4 to $6 compared with other make». Indomed by over 1 , 000.000 wearer». ALL LEATHERS. ALL STYLES TNK GUI'1*1 h»»« W. L. Ocarina* ssnt Md prit* »U*H M Ml*«. Take no ■ubatUute claimed to be a» good. Large»' maker« of *3 aud fJLSO aboea in the ^ world. Y H them—if » a pair Will buy this elegant Boucle Jacket Made of black curly boucle, all lined, in _ eluding sleeve*, with *U silkoline and interlined kuid ol lf>Unr, me .nd «idUtciilalu er cap by] double-breasted, storm C.taioeu. A Fr*«. V J collar, eight horn but ■ZJ tons. dealer «bouM keep we will »ead you receipt of price. 8ut« Ur «V. L. DOUGLAS SHOE CO.. Brockton. •ia'®. Our handsome Illus trated Fashion Cata logue. YOUNG MEN! y * S u. r to w»ste try all tlie "Ctires'' you «Y. it you vruth to run the chain-« of buy the mjecüofTS which are N-Jd to 6 daym*t But if you want a remedy wi.reh ia atrN*>lutely nafe and which necer fail« »o cure unnatural matter how aerioua or of how long stand may be. get "PABST'S OKAY SPECIFIC" No case Known it has ever failc-d to Cure. I a> 1 oni«h the doctor«, drv.geiati to j-c it. »'an l*e taken without Mailed Free if gelling a i : «tn l to any addr es s* , Boston Store, rtbs hiTV' A. ing the c State and Madison Streets. Chicago, HI. ug like it w ho have Not !u And ail _■ im-onv^nirnceor ditentTori fnu>i IkUAinew«. Price, $3. OCX For «ale by all reliable druggist», plainly wrapped, on PABST CHEMICAL CO. Krcular mailed on revj tc-*4. «ent pretwid by Kw lYNYipt of price by Chicago. Iix iï , c r h^\r^ N A T ï.. F ?? PENSION HICKMIUll, VV asliliiEU.il. U. « .. they will receive «m'eu replies B. HU N il. Vol» Staff noth Coros Fruw.utini Claims slate I87 8 Wilts (tnewerlno AdvenisemmU Klndlg Mention This Paoer. » A huât of ex-Spraker Reed f* being ex'* ocutod In br<iiAe for the Maine legislature, I never used Cure J or Cousumj. Box llil, Seattle, W quirl: cure an Plso'« ition.—J. H. Palmer osb., Nov. 26, 1893. After a girl gets married she thinks she knows all alo.it everything sinful, 1 C ARTER'S INK You deny you » «elf pleasure aud ►- comfort if you don't u*e it.